Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang (2012). Adapted from the novel by Joyce Carol Oates. This time, the movie stays true to the book. It is a thought-provoking, wild ride from start to finish.
A story about a 1953 gang of five girls in a town in Upstate New York. The movie deals with sexism, patriarchal standards, the racism that was rampant at the time (and is still rampant in many ways today), and the Communist ideology behind the leader's reasons for wanting action and change.
Foxfire is a story of 5 girls who challenge society, and run into their own challenges every step of the way. #MovieNight
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